Welcome to the Boulder WAPF Chapter
Are you looking for real food in Boulder, Colorado? The Boulder WAPF Chapter can help you. Check out our resource list and come visit us at our gatherings!
Meetings are usually held on the fourth Saturday of the even months from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church: 7520 S. Boulder Rd. Boulder, CO 80303. Check here for details about upcoming meetings.
The Boulder Chapter Meeting
Saturday, February 27th | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
St. Ambrose Episcopal Church
7520 S. Boulder Rd
Boulder CO 80303
Monica Corrado, MA, CNC, CGP
The GAPS Diet and Meat Stock/Bone Broth
Monica Corrado is a teaching chef, Certified Nutrition Consultant, and Certified GAPS Practitioner who is passionate about illuminating the connection between food and well-being. As a dynamic teacher, speaker, consultant, and author, she lives to share the tools, knowledge and inspiration to cook nourishing, traditional food. Monica has been teaching food as medicine throughout the US for almost 10 years after 18 years in sustainable food sourcing and preparation, menu design and management. She is also a member of the Honorary Board of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Monica started her own Cooking for Well-Being Teacher Training program in 2012.
Monica’s current work focuses on the Gut-Brain connection. She enjoys empowering others by teaching them how to heal a leaky gut through food via the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) protocol and others, obtaining tremendous results with those on the Autism Spectrum, ADHD and autoimmune disorders. For more information about Monica, her books, charts, and traditional foods Teacher Training program, see www.simplybeingwell.com.
Buy Monica’s new book at the meeting!
In this effective guide, Corrado patiently describes meat stock and bone broth as they apply to the diet, explaining the difference in how and when to use meat stock and bone broth, and the results you can expect from each. Corrado provides basic recipes for both, as well as simple, handy charts that break down the how, what, when, and why to make each one.
With a foreword by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride—creator of the GAPS diet and author of the original: Gut and Psychology Syndrome—this is an important new tool and perfect companion to Campbell-McBride’s earlier work. We will have some for sale at the meeting.
10:00-10:30 Shop with Vendors
10:30-11:45 Speaker’s presentation
11:45-12:00 Wrap up, Tasting, and Clean up
There is also a playground just outside our meeting room.
- Donoma Farms: pastured and organic chickens, beef, pork, lamb, eggs and more along with winter vegetables and jams; preorders with Justin are appreciated (not required)
- Jun Key Co-Op: selling organically prepared Jun tea, organic dry goods (herbs and teas, lentils, etc.), local raw honey, sunflower seeds (raw and sprouted), and more! Preorder with Monica for the best selection.
As a non-profit organization with no established income source, we kindly ask that you would consider giving a few dollars to help us cover the cost of renting the church building for our meetings and giving the speakers thank you gifts. The church gives us a huge break on the rental fee and our speakers volunteer their time for us, but we still need some funds to help cover costs and show our gratitude to those who support us. We will have a basket at the meeting for donations. Thank you for your support and generosity.
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